The Tactical Assault Commander 4 Releasing Just In Time For Black Ops 3

Posted: Jul 27 2015, 11:44am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


The Tactical Assault Commander 4 Releasing Just in Time for Black Ops 3

Tactical Assault Commander 4 is An FPS Keyboard and Mouse for the PlayStation 4

Are you a fan of PC first-person-shooter-style gaming on your PlayStation 4? Then there is something special coming your way!

As indicated by Amazon, Hori, producer of fine fighting sticks and other game controller accessories, is ready to launch a redesigned adaptation of its PlayStation 3 mouse and keyboard controller for the PlayStation 4 this fall.

Like the PS3 Tactical Assault Commander 3, the Tactical Assault Commander 4 conveys a wired mouse controller and a uniquely composed keyboard like gamepad.

The TAC4 is basically a mouse controller or a unique keypad, the main purpose of which is to duplicate the PC-style gaming on PlayStation, which means WASD development and exact pointing with a mouse.

The button pad highlights 18 buttons — including a PlayStation button, committed "walk", "share", "alternatives", and "speedy" buttons — and switches for different profiles. Four of the buttons are checked to be utilized on keyboard as the W,A,S,and D, with Triangle and Circle where Q and E would be, respectively.

There's likewise a variety of lights that signify the programming of the button pad. The mouse will be joined with the button pad through a USB plug. Although there isn’t anything included that would make this a usable controller on a couch, like a lapboard.

The TAC 3 doesn't have a great deal of offers on Amazon (67) however it has a marginally above normal rating (3.5). What remains to be seen is whether the Tactical Assault Commander 4 will rule over the other PlayStation opponents and whether the PlayStation lovers will opt for it or not.

No word if the controller will be going to the U.S. yet, it hits the UK on Oct. 9 for £86.35 or about $135, which will be just in with the Black Ops 3's November release. British and Japanese retailers are listing it for pre-order at around $120-$130.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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